2.5. DDL for Handling Database Objects
DDL stands for Data Definition Language. This class of statements allows the user or DBA to add, change, or drop database objects, such as tables, indexes, views, and so forth. While most ordinary users and developers can create their own tables in a development environment, the DBA must still provide a solid infrastructure for these tables by providing the appropriate location and disk space allocation parameters. This will ensure that database tables are created efficiently, regardless of who is creating them.
DDL (Data Definition Language)
Includes statements such as CREATE, ALTER, and DROP to work with objects such as tables. DDL modifies the structure of the objects in a database instead of the contents ...